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Ethics and legal issues review
Autonomy*
Beneficience
Code of ethics
Confidentiality
(Acting with personal self reliance) persons self reliance, i…
(Bringing about good) Doing of good; active promotion of good…
Articulated statement of role morality as seen by the members…
Belief that health related information about individual patie…
Autonomy*
(Acting with personal self reliance) persons self reliance, i…
Beneficience
(Bringing about good) Doing of good; active promotion of good…
18 terms
Law & Ethics for the Health Professions Chapter 9
Administer
Amendments to the Older Americans Act
Autopsy
Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act
To instill a drug into the body of a patient
A 1987 federal act that defines elder abuse, neglect, and exp…
A postmortem examination to determine the cause of death or t…
A federal law passed in 1974 requiring physicians to report c…
Administer
To instill a drug into the body of a patient
Amendments to the Older Americans Act
A 1987 federal act that defines elder abuse, neglect, and exp…
28 terms
Legal and Ethical issues Vocabulary
Advanced Directive
Assault
Autonomy
Battery
Written instructions that outline a person desire regarding c…
Threatened or implied act of threat
Self-determination. Free to make own choices
Any unauthorized touching of a another person
Advanced Directive
Written instructions that outline a person desire regarding c…
Assault
Threatened or implied act of threat
54 terms
Chapter 1 Introduction to Ethics
Applied Ethics
Autonomy
Beneficence
Bioethics
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Right of an individual to make this or her own independent de…
Describes the principle of doing good, demonstrating kindness…
also called biomedical ethics; the moral dilemmas and issues…
Applied Ethics
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Autonomy
Right of an individual to make this or her own independent de…
30 terms
CH. 3 Medical, Legal and Ethical Issues
Abandonment
Advanced Directive
Applied Ethics
Assault
Act of discontinuing Emergency care without ensuring that ano…
allows patients to give directions to health care providers a…
The use of moral rules or principles in actual situations; th…
A crime that occurs when a person tries to physically harm an…
Abandonment
Act of discontinuing Emergency care without ensuring that ano…
Advanced Directive
allows patients to give directions to health care providers a…
21 terms
Law & Ethics for the Health Professions Chapter 12
Active euthanasia
Brain death
Coma
Curative care
A conscious medical act that results in the death of a dying…
Final cessation of bodily activity, used to determine when de…
A condition of deep stupor from which the patient cannot be r…
Treatment directed toward curing a patient's disease
Active euthanasia
A conscious medical act that results in the death of a dying…
Brain death
Final cessation of bodily activity, used to determine when de…
40 terms
Medical Law, ethics and bioethics for the healthcare professional chapter 1
Law
Medical Law
Health Law
Health Law
societal rules or regulations that prudent or obligatory to o…
essential in regulating licensure of healthcare professionals…
regulates insurance and managed care as well as federal publi…
law has established standards for reproduction and birth isse…
Law
societal rules or regulations that prudent or obligatory to o…
Medical Law
essential in regulating licensure of healthcare professionals…
21 terms
Law & Ethics For The Health Professions Chapter 12
Uniform Determination of Death Act
brain death
coma
persistent vegetative state (PVS)
A proposal that established uniform guidelines for determinin…
Final cessation of bodily activity, used to determine when de…
A condition of deep stupor from which the patient cannot be r…
Severe mental impairment characterized by irreversible cessat…
Uniform Determination of Death Act
A proposal that established uniform guidelines for determinin…
brain death
Final cessation of bodily activity, used to determine when de…
19 terms
chapter 8 ethical considerations
ethic
codes
codes of ethics
5 p's of ethical Power
"right and Wrong" "morals"
set of principles and guidelines
bring standards of morals and ethical behavior
-purpose... -pride... -patience... -persistence... -perspective
ethic
"right and Wrong" "morals"
codes
set of principles and guidelines
11 terms
1.04 Understanding legal and ethical issues of the healthcare profession
healthcare professionals should unders…
abortion
ethical issues of abortion
euthanasia
- legal responsibilities... - limitations of practice... - implicat…
termination of pregnancy
taking a life
killing individual in a painless manner
healthcare professionals should unders…
- legal responsibilities... - limitations of practice... - implicat…
abortion
termination of pregnancy
18 terms
Law & Ethics For The Health Professions Chapter 9
vital statistics
autopsy
coroner
medical examiner
Numbers collected for the population of live births, deaths,…
A postmortem examination to determine the cause of death or t…
A public official who investigates and holds inquests over th…
A physician who investigates suspicious or unexplained deaths.
vital statistics
Numbers collected for the population of live births, deaths,…
autopsy
A postmortem examination to determine the cause of death or t…
19 terms
chapter 8 ethical considerations
ethic
codes
codes of ethics
5 p's of ethical Power
"right and Wrong" "morals"
set of principles and guidelines
bring standards of morals and ethical behavior
-purpose... -pride... -patience... -persistence... -perspective
ethic
"right and Wrong" "morals"
codes
set of principles and guidelines
72 terms
Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals Chapter 1: Introduction to Ethics
Ethics
What are the origins of Ethics and mor…
What does Ethics deal with?
What does Ethics focus on?
The branch of philosophy that seeks to understand the nature,…
Derived from the Greek and Latin root words for "custom."
The Values relating to human conduct.
The rightness and wrongness of actions and the goodness and b…
Ethics
The branch of philosophy that seeks to understand the nature,…
What are the origins of Ethics and mor…
Derived from the Greek and Latin root words for "custom."
73 terms
Nursing 2020 Exam 1
Ethical Practice
Morality
Ethics
Ethical Sensitivity
related to how we understand the concepts of right and wrong
Refers to an accepted set of social standards that guide beha…
The study or examination of morality through a variety of dif…
helps recognize when there is an ethical problem or dilemma
Ethical Practice
related to how we understand the concepts of right and wrong
Morality
Refers to an accepted set of social standards that guide beha…
178 terms
Medical Law, Ethics & Professionalism
Law may be defined as:
Which of the following statements is N…
Medical office personnel act as agents…
What is the purpose of formalized code…
a rule of conduct
having his or her medical license revoked
a health maintenance organization, a clinic, a single physician
to increase the competence and standard of care within the pr…
Law may be defined as:
a rule of conduct
Which of the following statements is N…
having his or her medical license revoked
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Chapter 4 Legal and Ethical Issues
DNR
Confidential
HIPAA
Informed Consent
Do Not Resuscitate
Private or secret
First ever federal privacy standard to protect patients' medi…
Agreement to surgical or medical treatment with knowledge of…
DNR
Do Not Resuscitate
Confidential
Private or secret
48 terms
ethics and legal issues in nursing
Advocacy
Autonomy
Beneficence
Bioethics
protection and support of another's rights
self-determination; being independent and self governing
principle of doing good
ethics that encompass all those perspectives that seek to und…
Advocacy
protection and support of another's rights
Autonomy
self-determination; being independent and self governing
8 terms
Medical Ethics
When did the emphasis on medical ethic…
Why did medical ethics come to promine…
Landmark "right to die" cases
Nancy Cruzan
1970s
Due to famous court cases that emphasized the RIGHT TO DIE, S…
Nancy Cruzan, Karen Ann Quinlan
MVA left her in a Persistent vegetative state. Family fought…
When did the emphasis on medical ethic…
1970s
Why did medical ethics come to promine…
Due to famous court cases that emphasized the RIGHT TO DIE, S…
60 terms
Ethics & Professional Issues (Corey, 2015)
Limitations of Codes of Ethics
Ethics
Law
Values
Lack clarity and precision; ... Will not necessarily make for et…
The standards that govern the conduct of its professional mem…
The body of rules that govern the affairs of people within a…
Beliefs and attitudes that provide direction to everyday livi…
Limitations of Codes of Ethics
Lack clarity and precision; ... Will not necessarily make for et…
Ethics
The standards that govern the conduct of its professional mem…
46 terms
Medical Law and Ethics
Healthcare Practitioner
Litigious
Plaintiff
Defendant
Those individuals trained to give medical or healthcare to pa…
Those prone to engage in law suits
Person bringing charges in a law suit.
Person or party against whom criminal or civil charges are br…
Healthcare Practitioner
Those individuals trained to give medical or healthcare to pa…
Litigious
Those prone to engage in law suits
42 terms
Concepts: Ethics
Ethics definition
Morality
ethical sensitivity
ethical reflection and analysis
the study or examination of morality through a variety of dif…
an accepted set of social standards or morals that guide beha…
helps us recognize when there is an ethical problem or dilema
enable us to think critically to rank our ethical obligations…
Ethics definition
the study or examination of morality through a variety of dif…
Morality
an accepted set of social standards or morals that guide beha…
24 terms
Ethics
Ethics
morality
ethical sensitivity
ethical reflection
a branch of philosophy dealing with standards of conduct and…
beliefs about what is right versus what is wrong behavior
helps a person to recognize when an ethical problem or dilemm…
enables a person to think critically, rank ethical obligation…
Ethics
a branch of philosophy dealing with standards of conduct and…
morality
beliefs about what is right versus what is wrong behavior
52 terms
Ch. 6: Ethical Decision Making in DH and Dentistry
The process by which ethical decisions…
A situation in which 2 or more ethical…
An individual who has undergone profes…
Situation in which obligations and res…
Ethical Analysis
Ethical Dilemma
Impaired Professional
Moral Dilemma
The process by which ethical decisions…
Ethical Analysis
A situation in which 2 or more ethical…
Ethical Dilemma
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Ethics
Laws and ethics differ in that
Nature of professional ethics in couns…
Counselor who is counseling a client p…
Principle ethics ask "what should I do…
Laws dictate minimum standards of behavior that society will…
Because there are few absolute right answers to ethical quest…
Sacrificing fidelity in order to be truthful
"Who should I be?"
Laws and ethics differ in that
Laws dictate minimum standards of behavior that society will…
Nature of professional ethics in couns…
Because there are few absolute right answers to ethical quest…
30 terms
Medical Law & Ethics Ch 11
The branch of philosohpy relating to m…
Applied ethics relates to
Issues discussed in the context of adv…
Illegal acts are
ethics
healthcare professions
bioethics
usually unethical
The branch of philosohpy relating to m…
ethics
Applied ethics relates to
healthcare professions
Chapter 6 Values, Ethics, and Advocacy
advocacy
autonomy
beneficence
bioethics
protection and support of another's right
self-determination; being independent and self-governing
principle of doing good
ethics that encompass all those perspectives that seek to und…
advocacy
protection and support of another's right
autonomy
self-determination; being independent and self-governing
31 terms
Chapter 6 Values, Ethics, and Advocacy
advocacy
autonomy
beneficence
bioethics
protection and support of another's right
self-determination; being independent and self-governing
principle of doing good
ethics that encompass all those perspectives that seek to und…
advocacy
protection and support of another's right
autonomy
self-determination; being independent and self-governing
40 terms
Unit C - Cell Biology- SEPUP Issues and Life Science - Test Prep
Infectious
Trade-offs
Disease
Carrier
A disease that is passed from one organism to another.
Potential outcome of any type of decision or action that invo…
A breakdown in the structure and function of a living organism.
An organism that carries and transmits a disease without exhi…
Infectious
A disease that is passed from one organism to another.
Trade-offs
Potential outcome of any type of decision or action that invo…
40 terms
Lesson 1: Principles of Healthcare Ethics
Ethics
Ethics
Normative Ethics
religion
A branch of knowledge that deals with moral principles
Reflects what is right, wrong, just, or unjust regarding huma…
is the study of ethical action and standards
Ethics is not ________.
Ethics
A branch of knowledge that deals with moral principles
Ethics
Reflects what is right, wrong, just, or unjust regarding huma…
Nursing Fundamentals Ethics
Morality
Ethics
Societal ethics
Law
Used to refer to an accepted set of social standards or moral…
The study or examination of morality through a variety of dif…
That serve the larger community.
____ is a minimum standard of behavior to which all members o…
Morality
Used to refer to an accepted set of social standards or moral…
Ethics
The study or examination of morality through a variety of dif…
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Medical Ethics Chapter 12: ethical issues relating to life
Fetal development
Artificial insemination (AI):
AIH
AID
-when does life begin? ... 1. At the moment if conception... 2. Emb…
injection of seminal fluid into vagina from husband or donor
Artificial insemination from husband
Artificial insemination from donor ... - man donates semen for w…
Fetal development
-when does life begin? ... 1. At the moment if conception... 2. Emb…
Artificial insemination (AI):
injection of seminal fluid into vagina from husband or donor
Chapter 10 - Death and Dying Issues
Active euthanasia
Advance directive
Brain death
Death
The active acceleration of death by the use of drugs for exam…
The treatment preferences and designation of an alternate dec…
The irreversible loss of function of the brain including the…
The permanent cessation of all biological functions that sust…
Active euthanasia
The active acceleration of death by the use of drugs for exam…
Advance directive
The treatment preferences and designation of an alternate dec…
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Chapter 1 Ethical Reasoning: Implications for Accounting
Ethical Blind Spot
What are blind spots attributed to?
Bounded Ethicality
what is ethical fading
gap b/t who you want to be and who you actually are
bounded ethicality
psychological processes that lead even good people to engage…
process by which the ethical dimensions are eliminated from a…
Ethical Blind Spot
gap b/t who you want to be and who you actually are
What are blind spots attributed to?
bounded ethicality
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Ethical and Legal Issues Chapter 1 (Ethics 3)
Ethics
7 Priniciples of Biomedical Ethics
Autonomy
Beneficence
The system or code of conduct and morals advocated by a parti…
Autonomy... Beneficiance... Confidentiality... Justice... Nonmaleficence…
Respect for the patient as a person
Performance of good acts
Ethics
The system or code of conduct and morals advocated by a parti…
7 Priniciples of Biomedical Ethics
Autonomy... Beneficiance... Confidentiality... Justice... Nonmaleficence…
21 terms
Law & Ethics for the Health Professions Chapter 12
Active euthanasia
Brain death
Coma
Curative care
A conscious medical act that results in the death of a dying…
Final cessation of bodily activity, used to determine when de…
A condition of deep stupor from which the patient cannot be r…
Treatment directed toward curing a patient's disease
Active euthanasia
A conscious medical act that results in the death of a dying…
Brain death
Final cessation of bodily activity, used to determine when de…
HMS 221 Ethics Review Various
Limitations of Codes of Ethics
Ethics
Law
Values
Lack clarity and precision; ... Will not necessarily make for et…
The standards that govern the conduct of its professional mem…
The body of rules that govern the affairs of people within a…
Beliefs and attitudes that provide direction to everyday livi…
Limitations of Codes of Ethics
Lack clarity and precision; ... Will not necessarily make for et…
Ethics
The standards that govern the conduct of its professional mem…
34 terms
Ethics
Define and describe the concept of eth…
Ethics is composed of:
Societal Ethics
Organizational Ethics:
-Ethics is the study of conduct and character. It is concerne…
-Societal Ethics, Organizational Ethics, Bioethics/Clinical E…
Legal standards such as the clinical standard of care, liabil…
Involves a set of formal and informal principles and values t…
Define and describe the concept of eth…
-Ethics is the study of conduct and character. It is concerne…
Ethics is composed of:
-Societal Ethics, Organizational Ethics, Bioethics/Clinical E…
48 terms
Ethical Issues- nursing 208
Nursing Ethics
Code of ethics
American Nurses Association Code of Et…
International Council of Nurses Code f…
system of principles that govern the actions of the nurse in…
implicit standards and values for the profession
Code of Ethics
Code of Ethics
Nursing Ethics
system of principles that govern the actions of the nurse in…
Code of ethics
implicit standards and values for the profession
55 terms
Ethical Challenges with End of Life Care
Curing
Healing
Reason for current ethical challenges…
Extraordinary technological progress
Alleviation of symptoms or termination or suppression of dise…
May be spontaneous, but more often a gradual awakening to a d…
1. Era of extraordinary technological process... 2. Shift in c…
1. shift from death at home to death in hospitals and institu…
Curing
Alleviation of symptoms or termination or suppression of dise…
Healing
May be spontaneous, but more often a gradual awakening to a d…
23 terms
Law and Ethics for Medical Careers
Name two important reasons for studyin…
List 3 areas where health care practio…
Define SUMMARY JUDGMENT
Define BIOETHICS
1. To function at the highest professional level ... 2. To avoid…
1. The rights and responsibilities and concerns of health car…
that, contrary to motion to dismiss b/c of no liability, the…
A discipline dealing with the ethical implication of biologic…
Name two important reasons for studyin…
1. To function at the highest professional level ... 2. To avoid…
List 3 areas where health care practio…
1. The rights and responsibilities and concerns of health car…
25 terms
Medical Law & Ethics Chpt. 11 test
The branch of philosophy relating to m…
applied ethics relates to
issues discussed in the context of adv…
illegal acts are
c. ethics
b. healthcare professions
a. bioethics
c. usually unethical
The branch of philosophy relating to m…
c. ethics
applied ethics relates to
b. healthcare professions
16 terms
Medical Issues Ethics Quiz
What is Ethics?
Ethics covers the following dilemmas:
Medical Ethics
Four principles of medical ethics
The branch of philosophy that deals with distinctions between…
How to live a good life... Our rights and responsibilities... The l…
Trying to do the right thing while achieving the best possibl…
Autonomy... Justice... Beneficence... Non-maleficence
What is Ethics?
The branch of philosophy that deals with distinctions between…
Ethics covers the following dilemmas:
How to live a good life... Our rights and responsibilities... The l…
19 terms
Osteopathic Oath and the Medical Code of Ethics
Osteopathic Code of Ethics
Code of Medical Ethics based on concep…
Code first drafted by
Osteopathic Oath formed in?
guide its member physicians... address their ethical and profes…
Thomas Percival
Drs. Bell and Hays
1938
Osteopathic Code of Ethics
guide its member physicians... address their ethical and profes…
Code of Medical Ethics based on concep…
Thomas Percival
60 terms
NCC MSC Law Ethics
Allied professions
Business ethics
Citizenship
Code of Ethics
professions related to funeral service; medical, clergy, lega…
what is good and moral in business transactions
the character of an individual viewed as a member of society;…
a declaration or public statement of professional standards o…
Allied professions
professions related to funeral service; medical, clergy, lega…
Business ethics
what is good and moral in business transactions
53 terms
Chapter 8 Ethical Consideration
All providers are reminded to strive t…
Issues of bioethics common to every me…
Decisions made by Congress, health sys…
In ____ the ovum is fertilized in a cu…
ethnicity
* Allocation of scarce resources... * Dying and death... * Women's…
Macroallocation
In vitro fertilization ( IVF)
All providers are reminded to strive t…
ethnicity
Issues of bioethics common to every me…
* Allocation of scarce resources... * Dying and death... * Women's…
64 terms
Ethics Study Guide
Respect for persons
Autonomy
Beneficence
Nonmaleficence
Show dignity and worth. Treat them with dignity and respect.
The ability or tendency to function independently. Being able…
Actions to promote the welfare and best interest for the pati…
Avoid harm to others
Respect for persons
Show dignity and worth. Treat them with dignity and respect.
Autonomy
The ability or tendency to function independently. Being able…
31 terms
Intro to Legal & Ethical Issue in Healthcare
Rules presribed by an authority that h…
Related to morals, moral principles, m…
Deal with legal rights and obligations…
Decisions and actions are based on wha…
Laws
Ethics
Medical law
Utilitarianism
Rules presribed by an authority that h…
Laws
Related to morals, moral principles, m…
Ethics
66 terms
Medical Assistant Law And Ethics
Abandonment
abuse
advance directives
Age Discrimination in Employment Act
Refers to discontinuing medical care without making sure that…
wrong or improper use
documents signed by the patient and by witnesses stating the…
prohibits job discrimination for people age 40 years or older
Abandonment
Refers to discontinuing medical care without making sure that…
abuse
wrong or improper use
38 terms
Veterinary Ethics and Legal Issues
social, personal, professional
social ethics
personal ethics
professional ethics
three areas of ethics that affect each team member on every l…
the consensus principles adopted or accepted by society at la…
define what is right or wrong on an individual basis
developed by professionals a particular discipline, developin…
social, personal, professional
three areas of ethics that affect each team member on every l…
social ethics
the consensus principles adopted or accepted by society at la…
37 terms
Veterinary ethics and legal issues
Areas of ethics
Social ethics
Personal ethics
Professional ethics
Social,... Personal... Professional
consensus principles adopted or accepted by society at large…
Define what is right and wrong on an individual basis
Are developed by the professionals of a particular discipline…
Areas of ethics
Social,... Personal... Professional
Social ethics
consensus principles adopted or accepted by society at large…
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